Chouettes Coquettes is a bilingual Montreal social group for lesbian and bisexual women in their 20s and 30s. Their goal is to offer a meeting place for lesbian / bisexual women and their allies in order to break through isolation of lesbian and bisexual women. They organize bi-monthly happy hours, as well as other activities such as outings to the movies, clubs and shows, picnics and other outdoor events. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed.

In July and August, the group attends Divers/Cité, the gay pride festival in Montreal.

The group was created in July 2005. Interviewed on La Ballade des Furies (CKUT, 90,3 FM) shortly after its creation and announced in Fugues (magazine), as well as in online magazines such as No More Potlucks, Lesbianation and Cybersolidaires, in the special features of and in the directory, the group is already well known within the Montreal lesbian community.

Women from all ethnic, linguistic and religious backgrounds are welcome.

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